Mobile World Congress has officially begun in Barcelona, Spain. Here's all the stuff you missed at the first day of the show.
CNET goes over the hits and misses that helped define our year in smartphones.
The exec, who clashed with Apple while at Adobe, now runs the team working on wearable software at Apple -- a vital role as the company expands into a new business.
The Chinese handset maker refreshes its Nubia line with a trio of powerful yet affordable Androids.
Samsung has updated its business-focused Knox with a dedicated app store and split billing so you can pay for work and personal calls separately.
Mozilla's modernized mobile OS is catching up to Apple and Google rivals with improvements necessary to carry Firefox OS beyond its bare-bones roots. Copy-paste and find-my-phone tools patch significant shortcomings.
BlackBerry's Messenger app will also wend its way to the new Nokia X platform.
BlackBerry revs up a new version of its Messenger app with chat channels, a location sharing option, and Dropbox integration.
Seamus takes a look back at some of the big news moments of 2013, from the bubble of Bitcoin to the rubble of the NBN.
In this Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon does the math to show you how much money wireless subscribers can save on T-Mobile's new contractless service plans.